There's just so much sport on right now, that here on BookieSmash we're about to explode with excitement. Not only is Wimbledon reaching its final stages, with the world's leading tennis players facing off for the sport's greatest prize, but the Ashes has also started this week, England and Australia battling in cricket's best-known series.
Starting with Wimbledon, we've got a preview of Saturday's women's final between Serena Williams and Garbine Muguruza, which is a showdown between the roaring favorite to take the trophy, and the unfancied outsider. That doesn't mean there aren't great bets to be had though, and our tennis betting expert Toby Castro takes you through the ways you can win big.
On how to find that winning edge in tennis betting, we've produced a new article showing you how to get ahead, and get that great tennis betting system you deserve. It's all about being smart, patient and tactical - much like in the real game. Place the right deposits, at the right time, and spread your stake, and you can be a winner. Check out our explanation of the bets that others miss.
As we mentioned, the Ashes are taking place right now - a whole summer of tense, tough test matches between Australia, the world champions and a formidable force, home and away, and England, a developing side in revival after a hard few years. This is the series you need to be involved in, and to bet on. Although England were in control after two days of cricket in the first match, Australia doesn't give up easily. The betting market is wide open, and with a little understanding, you can find the perfect plan.
Football in the summer is exciting on and off the pitch, with some leagues still in operation, but some in hibernation as teams take part in pre-season games. The Premier League is worth keeping an eye on over the summer, because that's when the big transfers happen. Players like French striker Alexander Lacazette might be moving to English clubs. Why should you look at this? Because there are bets to be won, and there is value to be found. We explain the hot transfers that will probably happen between now and August.
Of course, football is always full of controversy - and transfers particularly so. We delve back into the archive to examine some transfers that left egg on the faces of the buying and selling clubs, sometimes because of the actions of greedy agents, sometimes because of the player or manager falling out. There's never a dull moment in the transfer market, as we show.